A client wrote to me today to say he’s just broken a bone in his foot and what should he be eating to help it mend.
Of course he’s already on a whole food, well balanced diet…..he’s one of my clients after all. I’d coached him on upping protein at breakfast, so he now enjoys salmon [...]
How would you like to start the year feeling energised, clear headed, less bloated and with clear skin? Then maybe our Cleanse & Rejuvenating programme is for you? For more details, download the information sheet below
Cleanse & Rejuvenate Programme
Angela Walker is a London based Nutritional Therapist with clinics at Triyoga London and Notting Hill. For [...]
I’ve started adding fruit to cooked vegetable dishes and I have to say they taste rather lovely! During the summer I was adding lots of fruit into my salads, be they goji berries, strawberries or pears. As the nights draw in, I’m carrying that over into my cooked vegetable dishes. So next time you’re stir-frying [...]
This literally takes 10 minutes from start to finish, in fact, it’s taken longer to photograph, write up and post. It’s delicious, a slow release of energy and packed full of fibre & nutrients. It can be recreated with any mixture of vegetables and beans:
Heat olive oil in a pan, add some cumin seeds, saute [...]
Lovely piece from Dr Weil with tips on how to choose a good olive oil. I especially like the insight on taste, smell and colour, although appreciate you can’t always smell it!
How to Choose Olive Oil – Dr. Weil’s Daily Tip
Take a look at the new shop from Fabulous Nutrition where you can pick up some fabulous ingredients as recommended in our recipes and meal ideas. Organic coconut oil, delicious oils, lecithin granules and pumpkin seed butter are all available. We’ll be adding more soon, including healthy protein powders and some delicious gluten free breads [...]
The term Nutrigenomics refers to the effect of components in food on our gene expression. Many believe this will be the future of personalised nutrition and this funky little tool provides an interactive guide to the history of nutrigenomics.
A short history of nutrigenomics
This Friday we’re going to be at the Special Yoga centre in Queens Park for their Pamper Evening. Angela Walker will be offering 15 minute ‘taster’ nutrition consultations and we’ll be selling some healthy snacks and foods and selected supplements.
If you want to improve your diet contact nutrition expert Angela Walker through the book appointment [...]
Everyone knows they ought to eat more greens, so here is an easy, tasty and delicious way to cook kale or any other dark green leafy green. Accordingly to Abel & Cole, cooking curly kale this way is the secret seaweed in Chinese Restaurants!
Wash the curly kale, chop off the thick stalks and chop or [...]
The MetaHIT project is undertaking the biggest census of the bugs living inside our guts. The European study has taken samples from 124 subjects; a mixture of healthy, overweight and people suffering with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and identified the genes of the intestinal microbials (mainly bacteria) by DNA stretches.
The results are pretty impressive. They’ve [...]